So it turns out the ‘naked’ wedding dress that went viral is actually more wearable than you think…
Popular Gold Coast bridal label Grace Loves Lace made headlines last week when they released a new, more risqué wedding dress design.
The iconic Alexandra gown, which has now been created with a nude tone lining option underneath the lace, immediately caught the attention of people around the country.
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GLL founder Megan Zeims, who also designed ‘The World’s Most Pinned Wedding Dress’, says there’s a high demand for the nude-tone lining.
“Modern brides are anything but traditional which is why more are opting to make skin a big part of their bridal look,” Ziems said.
“Flesh coloured lining is sensual, adventurous and unexpected, whilst the traditional colour matching
of ivory or white is fresh, classic and more traditional.”
Ziems said despite the gown looking see-through, brides are completely covered.
“Our nude tone lining is luxurious and stretchy, so you are completely covered and comfortable on your special day.”
The original video of the new Alexandra gown with nude tone lining has been viewed almost 45,000 times and received thousands of comments in just a number of days.
“The nude lining is a total game changer,” one person wrote.
“Oh my goodness this is beautiful!!!” commented another.
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